The Chinese times
The Chinese times (Vancouver, B.C.)
December 1P3 1) CBA Vancouver. An executive meeting was held on Nov. 30 during which the president gave a report on his previous meeting with theH.Q. concerning the protest against the prohibition of the Chinese from employing female Indian and white workers. A few decisions were reached after the report of :(a) CBA of both Vic. and Van. should send a letter of protest to the provin- cial government;(b) & would join the representatives of CBA (Victoria) in a meeting with the provincial government that would be held on December 5;(c) A lawyer would be hired to influence the members of the provincial government, hoping to gain their support re the protest;(d) Fund raising would be brought about; 3 agreements were made with the H.Q. i. The executive of CBA in Vic. & Van. would take theprimary role inthis protest campaign;ii. The 2 associations were responsible for fund raising; iii. all funds were raised to be used for this protest only.(P.S. It was a pity that only 9 executives attended the meeting. This showed their indifferent attitude towards protecting the rights of their fellow Chinese.) P3 2) Chee Kung Tong (St. Catherines) 9 new members were admitted into the assoc. on Nov. 10. A fifth anniversary celebration was held on Nov. 11. The flags of China and Britain were raised.3) Chee Kung Tong Victoria. , seeing that he had been chosen asa candidate for the post as chief executive for the external affairs of the association, requested to have his name cancelled due to some personal problem.P3 3) Chee Kung long (Victoria). , seeing that he had beenchosen as a candidate for the post as the chief executive for the external affair of the association, requested to have his name cancelled out due to some personal problems.4) Dart Coon Club (Cumberland). Names of the new executives forr 1924: President
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